Omarr’s Weekly As­tro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

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ARIES (March 21-April 19): Spend­ing time with co-work­ers, friends and loved ones might be a prime mo­ti­vat­ing force in the week ahead. You may be tempted to frit­ter money away on lunches and oth­ers non-essentials.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Roses are red, vi­o­lets are blue. A lot of flirt­ing is go­ing on around you. Although there may be plenty of so­cial ac­tiv­i­ties on your plate this week, avoid be­gin­ning se­ri­ous new re­la­tion­ships.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Prac­tice speak­ing the most diplo­matic words to deal with peo­ple who are heavy-handed or dom­i­neer­ing in the week to come. Dis­play a tal­ent for nur­tur­ing in your friend­ships and other re­la­tion­ships.

CAN­CER (June 21-July 22): Keep a smile on your face in the week ahead even when peo­ple try to punc­ture your pri­vacy. Avoid power strug­gles and the feel­ing of be­ing ma­nip­u­lated by think­ing for your­self.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Don’t start re­mod­el­ing or new busi­ness projects in the week to come as your big ideas could outstrip your prac­ti­cal ex­pe­ri­ence. You will need courage to fight off pro­pa­ganda and neg­a­tive in­flu­ences.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Guard your tongue. Don’t dis­cuss con­fi­den­tial mat­ters in the week to come. Your good taste may ex­ceed the depth of your wal­let, but you will find a con­ge­nial some­one to share the ex­penses.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): A con­ge­nial at­mos­phere fos­ters tol­er­ant at­ti­tudes and fric­tion may fall by the way­side. Flir­ta­tious­ness may lead to com­pelling at­trac­tions but wait un­til late-week to act on them.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): In the week to come it might be brought to your at­ten­tion that even your well-known stamina has some lim­its. Rely upon trusted com­pan­ions and your own ster­ling rep­u­ta­tion to see you through.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Keep your pen­nies in your pocket. In the up­com­ing week you may be tempted to make in­vest­ments or spend a great deal of money. Hold off as a pass­ing pas­sion will evap­o­rate quickly.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Put your big busi­ness and fi­nan­cial plans on hold. You might be ob­sessed about some­thing or some­thing, but it just won’t work out if you start it in the first half of the week.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Give those in charge the ben­e­fit of the doubt. For­give past trans­gres­sions but don’t en­ter into any new agree­ments or bind­ing con­tracts this week. Be will­ing to lend a sym­pa­thetic ear.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): One good turn de­serves an­other. Don’t be shy about grant­ing fa­vors for friends or part­ners as this week un­folds and you will find that your good deeds are re­cip­ro­cated in kind. THE PLACES WE WILL GO By Ti­mothy E. Parker


1 Se­cret in­for­ma­tion 7 Im­paired or im­mo­bi­lized

15 A Flint­stone 20 Mam­moth trap­per 21 An­nul or rule against 22 “Hasta la vista” 23 Re­wards ex­ces­sively 25 Some­times-con­gested body part

26 Talk or rally type 27 Patella lo­ca­tion 28 Home baker

29 Make a de­ci­sion 30 Close again, as a Zi­ploc

32 Teen blem­ish cause 34 Any blade sharp­ener 35 Let­ter of 90 de­grees 36 Self-cen­tered­ness 38 Longish pro­pel­ler 39 “De­spite this ...” 40 Jun­gle ropes

43 Store more than one can sell

45 Mani-pedi places 46 Part of, as a scam 47 But­ton on a stop­watch

48 Mr. go-with

49 Tarot card sup­pos­edly

50 Space bar neigh­bor 51 One of the zo­diac’s 12

53 Shade of green 54 Like many

55 Writer’s point?

56 In the man­ner of 57 Ca­naries’ rel­a­tives 60 Mod­els of per­fec­tion 64 Where this clue’s so­lu­tion is reader, first­graders 68 One-through-nine game

69 Like how work­ing now

70 Hither’s part­ner 71 Lit­tle Ms. Bobb­sey 72 Ruby, for one 73 UCLA part 74 “Cor­rect an­swer!” sound

75 French friend 76 Prince, of­ten 78 Se­nior’s Ju­nior 79 Plate for Eucharist 82 Bi­b­li­o­graph­i­cal abbr. 83 Be shot while smil­ing?

84 Sub­or­di­nate 86 Gag­gle mem­bers 87 Lob shot’s path 88 Put food away 90 Boats with one mast 91 Sports tie term 92 NBA guard vis-a-vis NBA cen­ter

94 “Great” crea­tures 95 Un­der­stands

98 A sub­stance in an­other 99 Pre­fix with bel­lum or merid­ian

101 Eight bells

102 “Found it!”

104 Re­lated on side

105 Quota-shy out­put

109 Yelp con­trib­u­tor 110Seem­ingly black, the sky at night

111 Sum­mer, e.g.

112 Flex­i­ble Fly­ers 113 U-turn from ma­cho 114 Thomas Jef­fer­son had one or


1 Rest­ing on you’re “lesser” dis­solved Mom’s fac­tory’s as 2 Ran­ter’s part­ner 3 Brunch fare, some­times

4 Busy mo. for the IRS 5 Jef­fer­son coins 6 With­out key, mu­si­cally

7 Big goof­ball

8 Less than we’ve? 9 “R-MD” per­son, e.g. 10 Crim­i­nal caus­ing a back draft

11 Most coura­geous 12 Ad’s ver­sion of “diet” 13 Lush place in Genesis

14 ___ Moines

15 Dryer go-with 16 Blither­ing mo­ron 17 Old print­ing ma­chine

18 One of many spot­ted at Dis­ney World 19 States with force 24 Mr. Torme

29 Fast dance syl­la­ble 31 Un­like air

32 “... and chil­dren of all ___!”

33 Cen­ter

34 Some fry­ing ves­sels 36 Not los­ing or win­ning

37 Brief time pe­ri­ods 40 Pro­vi­sions

41 Tak­ing the place (of) 42 Pretty de­cent 43 Piped in­stru­ment 44 Com­puter mal­func­tion

45 Health class seg. 49 Home ex­te­rior, some­times

51 Hun or bl­itzer

52 In­testi­nal sec­tion 53 Pass­word rel­a­tives 54 Orig­i­nal “Amer­i­can Idol” judge suc­cess­ful 57 Some time units 58 Makes boo-boos 59 Brazil­ian re­sort city 61 Grown to­gether, in bi­ol­ogy

62 Woolly An­dean crea­tures

63 Los­ing men­tal pow­ers from ag­ing 65 Cow­poke’s ropee 66 Grip­ping claw 67 Tak­ing a gan­der 74 Cubs’ cub­bies 76 Type of im­bal­ance 77 In­ten­sify quickly 78 Lit­i­ga­tion par­tic­i­pant

79 Best things

80 Cos­met­ics suc­cu­lent 81 “Royal Rhapsody in the third” and oth­ers 82 Elec­tri­fied swim­mers

83 They’re mov­ing into the fast lane

85 Some bee­tles way to do and cheerer-up­pers 86 They’re shorter than stares

88 Mod­i­fies, tai­lor-wise 89 Prop on a golf course 91 Gal­va­nize

93 Played an old gui­tar? 95 De­ity

96 Coin of Pak­istan 97 Op­er­ate a Nikon 99 One not for

100 Co. “don’t this” agree­ments

101 Quick snack

103 One of the Wind­sors 105 Air­craft car­rier let­ters

106 Noted build­ing I.M.

107 Blog­ging

108“Ink Master” de­sign, for short re­veal feed de­signer for­mat

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